I've been noticing a lump on my upper left thigh. It started out small and red but grew over time. The red part is about the size of a dime now. But if I feel around the lump is feels like it has expanded underneath the skin. It's very hard. I thought it was an ingrown hair, so today I squeezed it. And small amount of blood came out but no hair. Now it looks darker red/purple.
There can be many causes for an underneath thigh swelling
1. It could be an abscess,cellulitis
2. it could be osteomyeletis
3. It can be haematoma
Do you have any bleeding tendency ?
Is the temperature raised,and do you have fever ?
Did you have any injury or trauma ?(even if not then to go for an x-ray because in most cases the trauma is to trivial)
Are you a diabetic ?
Do you see any kind of veins all over your legs ?
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hi my mother in law is 48 years old she is suffering from stone size of 9.5mm gallbladder stone,here ultra sound scan reports says hypoplastic kidney,please tell me is a dangerous situation,tell me within in how many days.We should address this issue????
9.5 mm gall stone it's a pretty big gall stone. The indications for removing stone are - any stone size which are causing distressing symptoms to patient or any single stone which is more than 1cm or 10 mm. and your mother in laws' gall stone is nearing the same size.
You did not tell whether she is having any symptoms or not. If yes then she should be operated at first hand whenever you have time else you can wait for a few days also. Gall stones are usually not an emergency as the pai ... Read Full Answer
liver shows small calcification in right lobe and kidney shows calculus 1.1x.4 cm right 9.7 left 9.3 cm in size also small urine is remained in bladder report of ultrasonography what ur suggestion operation needed or by medication it can be cured.
Liver calcification is usually nothing serious and can be due to necrosis because of drugs ,because of old infection or injury and can also be sign of excessive alcohol intake,you may be advised for a ct scan depending on your other examination findings.
Now for your kidney stone, I hope the size you mentioned is in mm and not cm and i would recommend any stone larger than 7mm to be removed surgically.
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bloating -gas and upper abdomonal pain -could it have any relation to BPH when there is no urine problem
No upper abdominal pain and bloating sensation are more related to gaseous distension or indigestion problem of stomach or they can be related to your heart,they are no where related to BPH. ... Read Full Answer